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Fleming Rutledge on Preaching the Cross of Christ
In this episode, Fleming Rutledge talks about her 2015 book "The Crucifixion: Understanding the Death of Jesus Christ," a life-long work which encourages preachers to proclaim the full gospel message: God is at work, helping us listen for Christ's living voice, enabling us to believe and hope in the midst of pain and suffering.
Podcast | November 04, 2020
Preaching Romans in Difficult Times
We have been and are living in a time of upheaval, fear, unrest, and finally so much death. The pandemic has in many places revealed cracks in the veneer of civilization, casting into bold relief the social and economic inequities that run like fault lines through most societies. Racially motivated violence, including at the hands of police forces, have unleashed deep desires for reform and for justice for all people. In and through it all, believers everywhere cry for reassurance, for comfort, for a hope that points to a better path ahead.
Video | October 29, 2020
The Absent Congregation: Reflections on Preaching in a COVID World
Few things have unsettled pastors more since early 2020 than having to preach without the living presence of the congregation. In this panel discussion three pastors reflect on lessons learned and new insights gained about preaching since the pandemic began.
Video | October 29, 2020
Preaching in the Power of the Spirit (with a Global-South Twist): Insights into the Spirit's Empowering of Hearers and Preachers of the Word
2020 Calvin Symposium on Worship | Seminar
Video | March 02, 2020
The Bowed Head: How Preachers Deal with Grief
2020 Calvin Symposium on Worship | Workshop
Audio | February 10, 2020
2021 Online Calvin Symposium on Worship Contributors
The 2021 Online Calvin Symposium on Worship features many people and perspectives. See the alphabetical list before for contributing authors, panelists, and speakers.
News Item | September 24, 2019
With Healing in His Wings: Preaching Luke’s Gospel of Justice and Wholeness
2019 Calvin Symposium on Worship | Workshop
Audio | April 05, 2019
The Gospel of John in the Pulpit
This seminar explored the Gospel of John and offered cultural clues that help the gospel’s stories spring to life in new and unexpected ways.
Audio | April 23, 2018
The Technicolor Jesus: Preaching the Drama of Mark’s Gospel
Most preachers know all about Mark’s fast-paced, dramatic writing style.
Audio | March 15, 2018
John 21:1–14: Jesus on the Beach
This worship service on John 21:1-14 centered around the story of Jesus on the beach.
Worship Service | Video | March 14, 2018
The Challenges and Opportunities of Preaching Matthew
Each of the four gospels has its own flavor, themes, and overall character and so each requires different things of the preacher. Matthew’s Gospel presents a number of challenges, a few of which are peculiar to the present day when biblical literacy in most places has fallen off.
Audio | February 13, 2017
Making the Sermon Work
Preachers know that Sundays are relentless—there seems to be one every week. Mary Hulst and Peter Jonker are every-week preachers, too; each of whom has recently written a book to help preachers tackle their daunting task successfully week after week.
Video | April 15, 2016
Solid Resources for Lively Preaching
Preachers know that unless they receive fresh input from good resources, sooner or later their weekly output in the sermon will get thinner and thinner. But where are the solid resources on which the preacher can rely? What best practices exist to enrich preaching?
Video | April 01, 2016
The Most Important Word in Preaching: Story or Exposition?
Presentation, dialogue, and discussion on the biblical text by Graves, Hoezee, and Wilson.
Audio | March 11, 2015
Show, Don't Tell: Keeping Sermons Vivid
Throughout the average week people talk about their lives and their families and their work through stories about whosaid what, how a certain event came about, and what something looked like and felt like when it happened. But too oftenon Sundays preachers present sermons that are short on vivid stories and long on description and the doling out of facts.In this workshop those who preach sermons and those who listen to sermons will explore both why vividness in sermons is vital and some ideas on how to make this happen in sermons as well.
Audio | March 04, 2014
Transformational Preaching: Engaging with Exodus and the Old Testament
This seminar explores the art of building a bridge back to the world of the Bible and then bringing the drama back to our generation.
Audio | February 27, 2014
Transformational Preaching: Engaging with Exodus and the Old Testament, part 2
Explore the art of building a bridge back to the world of the Bible and then bringing the drama back to our generation
Audio | February 27, 2014
Day of Learning June 19, 2013
A Day of Learning brings together grant recipients and community members to discuss, share, and worship together as well as to consider how disciplined creativity, theological integrity, and healthy leadership practices work together in the worship renewal process.
Article | Audio | June 28, 2013
How We See Things - Psalm 47
Opening worship resources from With a Shout, a day-long conference exploring the meaning of the Ascension culminated in a community worship service at Woodlawn CRC.
Worship Service | March 20, 2013
Delight in Creation: When Science and Faith Talk
Calvin College and Calvin Seminary have teamed up to bring the voices of scientists into the consciousness of the church. Through “The Ministry Theorem” website and the new book Delight in Creation, Deborah Haarsma and Scott Hoezee have worked to foster fruitful conversations that connect the wonders of what science reveals about God’s creation with the ministries of the church.
Audio | February 22, 2013